Gauge Gear is one of the best-selling products in our aftercare collection. The premium stretching balm is made to relieve and reduce the effects of stretching your ears. Check out the reviews for yourself, people LOVE this product. This 100% organic balm is made from a blend of the natural ingredients below that act as a soothing agent for your newly stretched skin. It is also great for maintaining happy and healthy stretched ears, even long after you are past the initial stretching stages. To add to the long list of positives, our stretching balm helps slide plugs in with ease, especially when inserting double flared plugs or a new size.
Ingredients and effects include:
Sweet Almond Oil: Relieves itching, soreness, and dryness
Jojoba Oil: Promotes new cell growth and is anti-bacterial
Wheat Germ Oil: Soothes dry, damaged skin and reduces scarring
Tea Tree Oil: Antiseptic, anti-fungal, anti-Inflammatory, cleans wounds, and repairs skin
Myrrh Oil: Anti-microbial, anti-fungal, and antiseptic
Bee's Wax: Skin conditioning and seals in all the essential oil goodness
This is the absolute best balm. My sister recommended to me and I couldn't be happier with it. I was able to stretch up a size with my new glass stretching plugs from Arctic Buffalo with no trouble or pain. Been using it daily and haven't had any itching, irritations or infections after sizing up. It's creamy smooth and is so soothing feeling. Must buy if you gauge your ears. Love it love it love it
I have been stretching for about 7 years and I have been using gauge gear the last 5 years. Long lasting and does the job.
This oil is so soft on my ears. This was my first time using this oil for stretching and it was the easiest stretch I've ever done. I like to use it to moisturize at night sometimes if I feel like my lobes are getting dry.
Paired with my glass stretching kit, there was absolutely ZERO pain or pressure bumping up to the next size.
Perfect for after sizing up, a little goes a long way, does wonders on the lobes, and smells very pleasant as well! Thanks Arctic Buffalo!